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Young TV reporters interview school children, as part of a UNICEF-supported youth media initiative
Evidence for action: Making invisible children visible through data
Twenty five years ago, the world stood together and agreed, as absolutely essential, that greater attention and increased investments be paid to the care and protection of every child in all countries of the world.
National Consultation on Domestic Adoption and Inter-Country Adoption in Cambodia
The new regulatory frameworks and procedures in Cambodia, which benefited from the legal advice provided by the HCCH, establish among others a clear separation of inter-country adoption from contributions, donations and development aid.
Cambodian Teen Nominated for International Video Award
After making a video at a 2012 workshop hosted by UNICEF and Save the Children, 13 year old Chhun Sopheaktra has been nominated for an international award in the Netherlands.
Cambodia's biggest immunization campaign launches new combined vaccine to protect against Measles and Rubella
Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 21 October 2013 - The Ministry of Health today announced the introduction of a new vaccine into the national immunization schedule to protect children against two viruses - measles and rubella - in a single dose.
German Development Cooperation in partnership with UNICEF provide vital supplies to improve maternal and newborn health in Cambodia
KAMPONG THOM, Cambodia, 14 August 2013 – Mothers and their newborns in three provinces (Kampong Thom, Kampot and Kep) will benefit from equipment and supplies to improve their health, funded by the German Government as a result of a partnership...
Breastfeeding is the cheapest and most effective life-saver in history
During World Breastfeeding Week starting today, UNICEF is focusing on breastfeeding as the most effective and inexpensive way of saving a child’s life. But with less than half of all children under six months benefitting from exclusive breastfeeding, stro
KOICA to support UNICEF with US$3.4 million to improve maternal and newborn health among deprived populations in Cambodia
Mothers and their newborns, and children under five in the most deprived areas of Cambodia will benefit from interventions to improve their health thanks to funding of US$3.4 million from the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) under a joint p
UNICEF launches State of the World’s Children report
UNICEF Representative says “See the child before the disability… Inclusion of children with disabilities will benefit Cambodia”
Donation of 14 boats will increase and improve school monitoring in remote provinces of Cambodia
Fourteen boats were today presented for use by District Offices of Education in five Cambodian provinces as part of a programme to improve the monitoring of primary schools in delivering quality education. Ambassador of the European Union Delegation to...
Poor water and sanitation contribute to high child malnutrition rates in Cambodia
This World Water Day, UNICEF in Cambodia emphasises the link between poor drinking water quality, open defecation in rural areas and malnutrition and calls for cooperation and action among government sectors if Cambodia is to have a healthy and...
New UNICEF Representative to Cambodia
New UNICEF Representative to Cambodia, Ms. Rana Flowers today presented her letter of accreditation to H.E Ouch Borith, Secretary of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & International Cooperation.
Complementary feeding campaign launched in Cambodia
Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA, 27 April 2012 - UNICEF, Government and partners launch a national campaign on complementary feeding for infants, to ensure adequate nutrition.
Child Tracker Bulletin
Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 05 January 2012 - The Child Tracker bulletin has officially launched its first issue. It was published by Cambodia National Council for Children with UNICEF support.